Assistant Manager, Adult Day Program
SUCCESS Multi-Level Care Society
Vancouver & Lower Mainland, Richmond, BC
closes in 18 days (Fri, 9 Oct) full time - term / contract
About the SUCCESS Multi-Level Care Society
To care for the seniors like our own by providing a continuum of excellent, culturally appropriate services for them. In 1995, the S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Multi-Level Care Society was incorporated with the purpose of establishing linguistically and culturally appropriate care for those seniors in our community. It has now developed into a provider of quality residential care and health services.
This opportunity is a temporary position for maternity leave replacement for 12-month term. Under the direction and supervision of the Manager, Community Services (MCS), the Assistant Manager, ADP is responsible for the overall coordination and management of Adult Day Program. Supports the organization’s philosophy, vision and mission, and works collaboratively with the interdisciplinary team using a problem solving approach to meet the needs of the clients and families. Promotes and participates in health initiatives organized by and through the Health Services, in collaboration with other services within the organization or community agencies.
JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible and accountable for the establishment and maintenance of services at the ADP
Assesses ADP clients for the need of appropriate services.
Supervises the provision of services to the ADP clients.
Monitors standards of care, and acts as a resource person to staff using a problem solving approach according to policies, standards and guidelines
Prepares and monitor accurate client records and reports for service requirements and quality improvement
Maximizes the output of the quality and quantity of the work by providing consultation and supervision to designated staff
Assist MCS to reviews & revises of policies and procedures in ensuring the delivery of quality programs.
Provides input to quality improvement activities and projects through participation on committees and projects and by evaluating work processes to ensure customer-driven care services are provided
Maintains a safe environment for client, family, volunteer and staff
Maintains good communication and relationships with funders, public, clients, team members and other health care organizations
Coordinates and participates in meeting with various stakeholders to enhance the quality of services. Supports ethical decision making and Person & Family Centred Care Philosophy
Responds to client’s feedback/complaint and communicates concerns to the respective stakeholders. Ensures effective and efficient information flow
Assists the MCS to oversee that Assisted Living Program when the MCS is away from the AL facility
Staff Management and Learning Development
Coordinates the availability of adequate staff and the efficient and effective use of human and material resources
Works with Human Resources Department and MCS to recruit staff by conducting interviews and making hiring decisions
Conducts employee performance review and completes appraisal
Assist the MCS to investigate work and staff issue and where necessary initiates disciplinary action
Participates in the management of grievance and labor relations matter
Maintains knowledge of current development in clinical and management practices
Facilitates student experience by conferring with instructor about student assignment, assisting and advising student.
Supports advanced clinical practice by identifying research need, and facilitating and participating in research
Performs other related duties as required.
A Baccalaureate Degree / Diploma in nursing program
Current practicing membership with the British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals (BCCNP)
Three (3) years recent, related clinical experience, including one (1) year’s leadership experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and direct experience.
Strong planning & organizational, problem solving & decision making and time management skills
Strong communication, both verbally and in writing, and inter-personal skills. Ability to speak and write Chinese an asset
Pay Education Leave
Extended Health Care
Municipal Pension Plan
Long Term Disability Insurance Plan
Group Life Insurance
Medical Service Plan
Email applications must include “AMADP20-04” in the subject line and submit Resume to:
Thank you for your interest in joining the SUCCESS Multi-Level Care team. No phone calls please. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
How to Apply
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Contact Details Carolyn Wong, Human Resources Coordinator
SUCCESS Multi-Level Care Society, 555 Carrall Street, Vancouver, BC (604) 608-8834
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